Lowepro Flipside 200 Backpack Review 10Feb2010 10 min read 0 Flipside 200 Gallery Flipside 200 with Canon 40D, 28-135 IS, 10-22 and 430Ex. Flipside 200 with Canon 40D, 28-135 IS, 10-22 and 430Ex. Inside the Flipside 200 with the removable extra pocket in place. A pocket is provided on the inside of the zippered lid/back. Inside the Flipside 200 with the optional pouch removed. Main compartment zippers under “weather” covering. The Flipside 200’s padded moisture wicking back. The Flipside 200 provides a small, but expandable, water bottle pocket. The Flipside 200 shown with removable waist belt and removable internal pouch. A mono/tripod pocket pulls out from the bottom of the bag. Side storage pocket. The zippered storage pocket as seen from the outside. Overall shot of the Flipside 200. « Previous Page Page: 1 2 All Comments naresh November 18, 2015 4:23 AM is it okay for nikon D810 WITH battery grip + tamron 150-600 mm with tripod collar,hood reversed? Jason Franke | admin November 18, 2015 3:43 PM naresh, I don’t have this bag anymore, so I’m going from memory and notes here, so I may be wrong. With respect to the gripped D800, I use to carry a gripped 40D or EOS-1D in this bag, both of those cameras are about the same overall dimensions as the D800 with it’s battery grip, so that should fit. The Tamron 150-600 on the other hand almost certainly won’t fit, at least not mounted to the camera. When I carried this bag with a Canon EF 100-400 mounted to the camera, which is about 2-inches shorter than the Tamron you have, it was a very tight squeeze even with the internal pouch removed. It’s possible that you might be able to carry the combination disassembled with the camera in the “side” area and the lens in the main area, but I couldn’t say for sure. Sorry I couldn’t be more concrete on any of that.